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Which Jesus?

Which Jesus?

In the end, the New Testament refuses to give us an exclusive, single perspective on Jesus. Because who Jesus is, and why He should be worshipped is not as …

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Gehazi

Gehazi

Gehazi should have known better. He had been Elisha’s servant for many years. He should have known that the gospel was not for sale. But when he saw Naaman ride away ..

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Freedom from fear

Freedom from fear

The “spirit of fear” that we read of in 2 Timothy 1:7 is that all pervasive condition or attitude that takes hold of our feelings and consumes and cripples us. That’s the fear from …

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God’s Power at Work

God’s Power at Work

In our own lives, it is essential to reflect on why we follow Christ. Are our motives pure and selfless, or do we seek personal gain and comfort? If our relationship with God …

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Barriers and Bridges

Barriers and Bridges

Sometimes, it may seem like God isn’t listening or doesn’t care, but the truth is that there is always a bridge between the new beginnings God wants for us and the blessings …

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One man’s mission

One man’s mission

In the mid nineteenth century there was an enormous economic collapse. Thousands of businesses closed and hundreds of thousands unemployed. A quiet and …

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Nevertheless …

Nevertheless …

Two types of thoughts continually vie for your attention. One proclaims God’s strengths; the other lists your failures. One longs to build you up; the other seeks to tear you …

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On Borrowed Time

On Borrowed Time

Jesus is devoted to accomplishing His Father’s will and finally, resolutely begins the journey to Jerusalem. The decision is radical and final. The followers who by …

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The power to change

The power to change

We are a few weeks into 2024 now … so how are those New Year Resolutions coming? If you’re like most of us, you’ve already broken them. That can leave us …

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